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. review 5-hour energy over 73 percent who reviewed 5-hour energy said they would recommend a low calorie energy supplement to their healthy patients who use energy supplements. seventy-three percent. 5-hour energy has four calories and it's used over nine million times a week. is 5-hour energy right for you? ask your doctor. we already asked 3,000. so let's talk about coverage. based on this chart, who would you choose ? wow. you guys take a minute. zon, hands down. i'm going to show you guys another chart. pretty obvious. i don't think color matters. pretty obvious. what'sretty obvious about it ? that verizon has the coverage. verizon. verizon. we're going to go to another chart. it doesn't really matter how you present it. it doesn't matter how you present it. verizon. more 4g lte coverage than all other networks combined. neil: all right, to read sweepstake polls, things are swinging the president's way, folks believes that more jobs are on the way, for example. what if they are just getting jobs? don't believe me, believe democrat, a very well connected and respected party business t
demand for energy out there. not only here, but in the world. so i'm just hoping that the stocks can hold on to their gains by keying off better housing numbers, which won't help oil but could certainly add to equities. i think the equities are going to have a hard time ignoring what the oil seems to be signaling. >> all right. we'll leave it there. thanks for your insight. leave it here. we have more on the oil slide on this busy wednesday edition of the "closing bell." >>> oil continues its slide but boone pickens says that's all the more reason to focus on natural gas. we'll find out why he thinks that's the way of the future and the auto industry. >>> then, he wants to know why no one on wall street is in handcuffs yet over the financial crisis. find out exactly which ceos he blames and what he says the department of justice needs to do right now to punish them. >>> plus, home builders are soaring but short sellers are hot on their trail. we're bringing in experts to look at the state of the recovery and which side of the housing trade you should be on. it's all coming up on the "clos
and me by the way. the money believe it or not comes from the same energy department program that backed the bankrupt solyndra. what guaranties americans have that solo won't become another solyndra. great to have you back on the show. what makes me very nervous about this besides solyndra, this company is going out there to make solar panels. they're making the very thin solar panels easier to install and use but we have a production glut of these in the world right now. they're being made very efficiently in asia. as a result the price has declined 30% in the past year and they only expect demand to increase 8% over the next year. so if i were going into a business right now, this is not the business i would choose. what do you think? >> no. it's true. you look over the last three years it is 75% drop in solar, the cost of solar panels. and you mentioned asia. in china right now, suntech power, one of the largest solar manufacture you ares in the world is threatening to be delisted from the new york stock exchange. their stock went from $90 a share in 2008 to dollar a share today. even
of the office of energy policy at the u.s. treasury and he joins me now on the phone. phillip, when i first heard this i thought it sounded really strange and i thought about it is is brilliant. one of the reasons you say because when policy makers talk about releasing oil from the spr, it makes people nervous, it makes traders nervous and actually gives the price support, right? >> exactly right. earlier in the hour you had phil flynn talking about gasoline and he was saying inventories are low. one of the major reasons that inventories are low is that the inventories are no longer held by exxon and so on. they're held like companies like global partne in new england and they cut their purchases for inventories whenever they fear prices going. everybody understands that you don't want to go buy now if you think prices are going to be lower. melissa: yep. >> so there just has been a litany over the, since march of, maybe we'll release the strategic reserves and maybe we won't and so invariably what everybody does is cut back. melissa: right. absolutely. then another reason as way was thinki
and of the secretary of energy. and he will leave office in december remember as the president who built the most universities, 96. 16,000 kilometers of highways, the bridge that connects mexico's coast providing faster access and therefore more efficient trade. and the passage of the first employment act which provides incentives for the companies to hire people just entering the workforce. he also faced the daunting challenge of the violent spawn by the drug cartels that left 50,000 people dead. the poll taken this past august showed his approval rating of about 64%. we are so honored to have the president of mexico here with us. and mr. president we welcome you to the podium and look forward to your remarks to the [applause] >> good morning. thank you for your words. it is an honor to be here today. at the council on foreign relations for more than 90 years this institution has to understand the challenges on the foreign policy changes facing the united states six years atoka in my first i told the mexican people that it was possible to transform mexico. i say that we could turn it into a post
, for energy. how about an oil-rich country like iran need that kind of energy? >> greg: he tried to contact dimi but he is not on yahoo. what can we do? what does america do? i say the nuclear option. send iran another videotape message from obama. i know! it's extreme. but it's the only kind of message they understand. >> remember when president obama said he would sit down with him, bob? remember that? i'll sit down, we eke talk, we'll chat. how has that worked out? >> bob: i want to point out that netanyahu has tried to get the allies, israel allies around the world to underscore this red line. not one of them has come forward. the reason they haven't and the reason he is going public now, he is under political pressure back home from the party and the religious parties. they want to get their allies out in front of the red line. the red line is dangerous. while, by the way, the sanctions are working and crippling tehran -- iran. >> andrea: but crippling them economically. we have seen a decline in their oil and four rounds of sanctions. but it hasn't slowed down the weapons process. >>
, so as nuclear energy is concerned, iran has a right to develop nuclear energy but for military use, no way, because it is too dangerous. not because it is iran but because-- if it goes that way, it means the region can be a terrible menace. therefore, no way. the question is how do you convince iran to evolve? we have-- when i saw "we" it's the big 5-- france, u.s., british, china, and russia. we're united on this issue. >> rose: the 5 plus 1 germany. >> yes, and we were sussi with iran and trying to convince them to change and we are applying sanctions. the fact is, up to now, iran has not changed. >> rose: it's not changed its behavior because of the sanctions. we have a report of the international agency they go that enfortunately, they're disrupting their program. and my own belief that what they are doing cannot be explained if ty have decided not to go nuclear. there were, we have to say, and we are saying to them, do negotiate because it's not possibly for you to have-- to go to a nuclear weapon. >> rose: in other words you said to them we need to find a negotiated way out o
of people have been giving him advice saying the issue he should be grabbing is energy and that north dakota is the great example. 3% unemployment. those are numbers tlsh there's full employment. that's 5%. at 3% you're overflowing when it comes to jobs all because of fracking and energy. is that a fair assessment? what's going on? >> chuck, i like this question. i've been on energy for a long time both as governor and now as senator. it's not just about energy. 's about the economy and getting the economy growing. it gueets us on top of the national debt and security. look what's going on in the middle east. you're going to see him out there talking more about energy. >> you think he should be doing it more, talking about it in places like ohio and other places that are also wants to get into the fracking game. >> it is part of what he talks about as he's out there on the stump. i think you're going don't to see more. and i think it's right on the money. >> let me ask you to play north dakota political pundit. here you have north dakota, the economy is doing great. isn't that making it's fo
couple of days. is that a buying opportunity on energy? do you look at energy stocks? how do you want to play it? >> there's lots of ways to play the game. you can buy big oil. you can buy the pipelines, buy the drillers, buy etfs. buy something. the bottom line is america's going to have to take the lead in turning this ball game around. then you'll see what happens in the rest of the world. >> david, this weakness does have your attention. it's affected the way you trade this market, yes? >> i think more and more, bill, europe is slowing more than expected. china's not going to grow 7%. it's more likely to grow 5%. the u.s. is growing at 2% and probably 1.5% in the first half of next year. yet, the s&p 500 is like this heavyweight champion. it keeps absorbing body blows after body blows. up better than 16% total return this year. as much as i dislike china and europe slowing, i think you want to be a net buying with the simple caution we're due for a 5% correction probably between now and early 2013. if you get that, you have to be a net buyer because companies are still on average
nor deny whether it has nuclear weapons. iran allows inspections by the international atomic energy agency, but has denied the iaea access to its military site where the agency believes iran is developing nuclear triggers. israel has never allowed the iaea to inspect its nuclear facility in the desert. that facility near a town called damona came under suspicion nearly 25 years ago, when a nuclear technician there leaked photos and inside information to the sunday times. that information prompted analysts back then to estimate israel had already amassed 200 nuclear warheads. iran has signed the nuclear nonproliferation treaty, but has been censured for failing to curb its uranium enrichment. israel for its part has refused to sign the treaty. israel's leaders say one of the most glaring differences between israel and iran on the nuclear issue is the language their leaders use. >> we don't call for anyone's annihilation. we don't foster terrorism. we don't threaten to obliterate countries with nuclear weapons, but we are threatened by these threats. >> reporter: iran has never threat
of mexico, he has served as a deputy in mexico's federal chamber of deputies and as secretary of energy. he will leave office in december, remembered as the president who built the most universities 96. the 16,000 kilometers of highways, the bridge that connects mexico's two coasts, providing faster access and therefore more efficient trade and the passage of the first employment act, which provides incentives for companies to hire people just entering the workforce. he also faced a daunting challenge of the violence by the drug cartels that left 50,000 people dead. a poll taken just this past august showed his approval rating about 64%. we are so honored to have the president of mexico here with us. and mr. president, we welcome you to this podium and look forward to your remarks. [applause] >> good morning. thank you for your words. it's not hard to be here today at the council of foreign relations. for more than 90 years, this institution has been at the forefront of analysis to understand the challenges and foreign policy choices based in the united states and the world. six years ago,
is the energy sector. with all the fracking going on, anything related to fracking. we have rail cars that carry sand. you can't get them. they're very, very valuable right now. any type of car that really isn't associated with the energy sector. that's one of the hottest sectors right now. >> an look where oil is. that makes sense with the momentum there. >> retailers, it's more mixed. some of the retailers are doing okay. some of them are not. it's much more of a mixed picture. >> the international story, is that part of their business? or is this largely a domestic set of companies we're looking at? >> no, these companies are primarily domestic. most of their business is in the u.s. more than half of their employees are here in the u.s. this is primarily a u.s. base. >> given your background, you were there at those meetings at the federal reserve during the financial crisis. how does it feel to you today versus where we were in 2008? >> well, it's much, much better. 2008 was an incredibly difficult time, certainly the worst period of time in my career. even though europe still has a lot of p
hope is never, the price of oil and the price of energy was to skyrocket more than it is at the moment. but you could take pretty much any area of the world where there are latin complex, not that want to minimize iran clearly, but all such conflicts could themselves entail economic consequences that we have to be mindful of when we model. i don't want to sort of list those parts of the world where conflicts could arise and would have consequences, but this is, you know, as beckett used to say, this is life and his no cure for that. [laughter] >> next question. >> hello, thank you for your talk this morning. i'm with china centric television in washington, d.c. and my question is regarding china but in relation to the global financial crisis, what policy decisions and actions which are like to see from china in the coming months? >> i think policy decisions have been announced already very much so. i'll distinguish between short-term and medium-term. short term there's an announcement of stimulus that apparently gives towards yet more for structure projects, more public spending, some
energy companies to seek a low-cost solution for storing nuclear waste, ignoring other options that might have been more effective. the chancellor denies these allegations that go all the way back to the 1990's when she was serving as environment minister, but the allegations are quite serious. if they were to be proven, it would have big political implications for the chancellor. the chancellor, however, is taking this in a pretty relaxed mood. both she and her aides are looking very confident in this, and analysts think that she will come out unscathed. >> she does look pretty confident, but how does nuclear storage fit in with germany's new energy strategy? >> the fact is germany does not have a permanent waste disposal site for its nuclear waste, so the waste just keeps piling up. the country is exploring different possibilities, but they do not have one yet. every time another nuclear waste transport rolls into the temporary facility, there are massive protests. until a permanent site is found and that search goes on, the controversy will continue. >> thank you very much for that. >>
and higher wages through my plan an there are a few things like energy policy and making the case for tax reform. he's made it much, much harder for himself than he should have. >> go ahead. >> it's a little hard for mitt romney to talk about what he is going to do on health care when he said he is going to repeal all of the affordable care act then say i'm going to keep some parts of it. so again, it's sort of like dude, exactly what are you trying to do here? i think the difference between george w. bush, he ran as a compassionate conservative and he had his conservative base locked up. romney's dealing with people whobds we're not really trusting you. if you're the obama campaign, what jim messina should do, he should play the video of alec baldwin and glenn ross saying always be closing. the one thing you cannot understand, a poll's a poll. folks have not cast any ballots, so the obama campaign should stay aggressive. stay absolutely aggressive because if you just sit back a little bit, you could cause this race to narrow. that's the last thing they want. >> thanks very much to both o
the tax code. we need to reduce energy costs. we need to help small businesses to create those opportunities. >> senator kerrey, you have 30 seconds. >> senator fischer signed a pledge that would require you should pay the same taxes employees pay. under your balanced budget, unemployment would double. i have examined the amendment, and it would double unemployment. >> i disagree. with regard to the buffet rule, if you are going to tax every millionaire, that can run the government for 17 hours. let's look for businesses to create jobs and make opportunities in the state, and we can do it by reducing regulations, by having an energy plan, by repealing "obamacare." >> the next question. >> a question in this cycle is, are we better at today than we were four years ago? are we? >> no, we are not better off with our economy, with our position in the world. we have seen a failure in leadership with this administration and with congress that is locked in gridlock. we need to send leaders to washington who will make tough decisions. i have shown you that i have been effective in nebr
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is crack down on cheaters. meaning china. the second were going to do is pursue energy independence. i'm sitting there thinking, well, those may be legitimate issues, but i don't think those are the top two things i might of the american people. but the american people are sitting out there and asking for, i think, explanations on why the economy is so bad. someone said it was the economy, stupid. cheryl: right. if you look at most likely voters, we used to see that romney had the president. that has actually changed in the recent poll from the ap. now it is 50%. only 41% trust the president and 41% trust that romney. what happened? >> i think that the problem is that mitt romney has not taken his message deeply enough. the issue is the economy. a% unemployment. they stayed over 9%, all through 2010 and 2011. that's a long time for the american economy to have unemployment at that level. i think, and we all know that, we all know that, and i think with the american voters are asking for is someone to explain to them why have barack obama's policies contributed to that. i don't think it
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's national resources, bringing energy jobs online and putting people back to work and expecting the president to hit him on other things. >> one thing, though, ron, the obama campaign said, though, if romney loses ohio it is likely game over. is there a sense that the republican campaign is feeling that pressure? >> reporter: yeah. i think they're acknowledging they're behind. they don't believe it's game over and no republican president ever has gotten to the white house without taking ohio and even though he's behind, campaign insiders saying that their internal polling is much closer race than the public polls and will leave them where they are. they think they have a fight in ohio on their hands. >> ron mott reporting. now christin welker in bowling green. >> reporter: good afternoon to you. president obama just wrapped up his speech at bowling green state university. he spoke before a pretty excited crowd of more than 5,000 people. heard you talking about the importance of ohio. this is president obama's 13th trip to ohio just this year. so that gives you a sense of just how important it
, but i've got to tell you, we got a growth plan including the tax cuts at the energy plan, the trade, we're talking $12 million over ten years. it's a powerful plan. and the governor's message and including the tax reform piece of it that's going to lower the transaction costs of the code and contribute to growth. and the message is received. he will continue doing all that. but he's going to talk about -- >> i'm not a happy camper. i'm not a happy camper. >> it's half your value, larry. >> it's not about you, but you know my views. anyway, thank you. i'm sorry i interrupted. i know you worked hard to get on the set and help us tonight. i totally apologize for my interruption. >> not at all. >> jim talent, and now a senior economic adviser with the romney campaign. i thank you. i thank you. >> thank you, larry. >> let's get reaction from our panel who i hope heard that little discussion. ed rendell is back, former dnc chairman, former pennsylvania governor. american enterprise institute fellow, former george w. bush speech writer. ed rendell, if i may, you must have loved hearing that. m
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